Empathy, Assistance & Referral Service
EARS is now closed for the University Winter Break
If you need to talk with someone right now, please contact:
Suicide Prevention & Crisis Service: 272-1616 or
Counseling and Psychological Services (Gannett): 255-5155 or
Cornell Police: 255-1111
Sorry we missed you!
EARS will reopen Monday, January, 26 at 3:00pm
EARS is here to listen to any problem you may be dealing with. Feel free to call us at 255-EARS (255-3277), or drop in to our newly renovated office in 213 Willard Straight Hall. The hours we are open are:
|Sunday - Thursday||3-11 p.m.|
What Happens When I Call Ears?
Are you thinking about coming to EARS with a problem, but not sure if you should? Learn about what happens when you call or drop in.
Information about our nonjudgmental,
short-term counseling services.
Welcome to Crisisline Online
an online service for young adults
No one understands?
Stress or depressed?
Worried or overwhelmed?
Thinking about suicide?
We're currently online from
6 to 9 pm on Thursday, Friday, & Saturday evenings.
EARS is a student-run organization that is funded in part by the Student Activity Fee. Anyone in the Cornell Community is welcome to train to be a counselor.
Registrations for EARS Training
Spring 2015 click here
EARS leads workshops throughout Cornell and Ithaca on many topics such as listening skills, effective attending behaviors, and nonjudgmental confrontation.